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1 1 "I Can Manage" Jeff Melmen David Kendall and Bob Young May 30, 2012  2001 1.21
In the second-season opener, Mel has her home renovated, but the construction work does not go smoothly. Meanwhile, Lennox's school puts on a play she wrote, but the audience reaction is not what she anticipated.
    2     2 "If You Can't Stand the Heat"     Jeff    Melmen Seth kurland May 30, 2012     2002     1.25
Mel and Joe attempt to respect each other's privacy after they have a quarrel about boundaries. Elsewhere, Lennox dreads working on the spirit committee at school, but her attitude changes after she meets the president of the club, Aidan (Cody Linley)
    3     3 "Good to Go" Rob Schiller Jennifer Glickman June 6, 2012     2003     1.07
Joe thinks that Mel is having an affair with a married man after he overhears a phone conversation and seeks to expose her. Lennox's friend has a boyfriend, Haskell (Gregg Sulkin), that has been crushing on her and she tries to find the right words to tell Scarlett. Meanwhile, Ryder looks for a perfect birthday present for Holly.
    4     4 "All Up in My Business" Melissa Joan Hart Sarah Jane Cunningham & Suzie V. Freeman June 6, 2012     2007     1.08
Mel punches a man after he insults Ryder at a movie theater and the encounter goes viral. She then plans on using her newfound fame in her campaign for an upcoming election. Lennox tries to befriend the new girl in school, but the girl only ends up taking advantage of her, as predicted by Joe.
    5     5 "The Knockout" Steve Zuckerman Bob Young & David Kendall June 13, 2012     2005     1.11
Mel plans on breaking up with her insecure, out-of-work boyfriend, Donald (Tommy Dewey), but she feels bad, so she enlists Joe to give him employment tips, along with a makeover before she delivers the bad news. Mel is then smitten by his new look and regains interest, although Joe's tips have turned him into an egoistical jerk. Meanwhile, Holly confides to Lennox that she had accidentally kissed another boy at a party and tells her to not tell Ryder. Ryder, however, already knows the truth and plans on taking advantage of Holly's guilt for as long as he can. She then discovers this and is not amused

Allusion to Dancing with the Stars: Mel teases Joe about his "famous" ravioli, asking him if they went on "Dancing with the Stars", and he replies, "Finished higher than you did".

    6     6 "Breaking Up is Hard to Do" Jeff Melman Sarah Jane Cunningham & Suzie V. Freeman June 20, 2013     2014     1.49
Mel plans on breaking up with her insecure, out-of-work boyfriend, Donald (Tommy Dewey), but she feels bad, so she enlists Joe to give him employment tips, along with a makeover before she delivers the bad news. Mel is then smitten by his new look and regains interest, although Joe's tips have turned him into an egoistical jerk. Meanwhile, Holly confides to Lennox that she had accidentally kissed another boy at a party and tells her to not tell Ryder. Ryder, however, already knows the truth and plans on taking advantage of Holly's guilt for as long as he can. She then discovers this and is not amused

Allusion to Dancing with the Stars: Mel teases Joe about his "famous" ravioli, asking him if they went on "Dancing with the Stars", and he replies, "Finished higher than you did".

    7     7 "Mixed Doubles" David Trainor Jennifer Glickman June 27, 2012     2009    1.42
After a conversation about each other constantly seeing the wrong people, Mel and Joe agree to date someone that the other person set up for them. Joe goes on a date with Ariel (Dilshad Vadsaria), one of Mel's business colleagues, and it seemingly goes well until she refuses to partake in Joe's interests. Mel sees Clark (John Ducey), a friend of Joe's, who gets overly emotional when reminiscing about his ex-wife. Lennox is kicked off of the school blog and so she decides to create her own, devoting all of her free time to it. This annoys her new boyfriend, Haskell, whom she begins to ignore.

Allusion to Clarissa Explains It All: Ryder suggests that Lennox call her blog "Lennox Explains It All" when she has difficulty picking out a fitting name. Lennox refers to the idea as "original", though the name refers to the 1990s teen sitcom starring Melissa Joan Hart.

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